Monday, August 03, 2020
Kansas City Star Keeps Subscribers Stupid By Publishing Corporate Hype
The Sprint acquisition has already cost 200 jobs . . . More cuts are inevitable.
Sadly, dead-tree media isn't very critical of corporate propaganda . . .
Kansas City Star: T-Mobile CEO commits to uphold Sprint’s legacy, keep major jobs presence in Kansas City
Money line . . .
He said T-Mobile will remain a major employer in the area. T-Mobile closed its merger with Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. in April. This week, it completed much of the work of phasing out the Sprint brand, moving stores and customers under the T-Mobile umbrella.
Throughout lengthy merger talks, T-Mobile pledged to keep a second headquarters in Overland Park. Some industry experts are skeptical of that promise, but in a statement to The Star, Sievert said that’s still the plan.
“We’ll absolutely continue to be a major employer in the region as Sprint’s campus in Overland Park becomes T-Mobile’s second headquarters,” he said.
Accordingly . . .
PLEASE REMEMBER THIS CORPORATE REASSURANCE WHEN T-MOBILE STARTS CUTTING EVEN MORE WORKERS!!!
Developing . . .